Abdul, Rahman (Tunku, Putra Al-Haj, 1903-1990)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Material relating to their Honorary Fellowship.
106 x 153 mm. Showing ministers gathered in the conference room being addressed by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tuanku Abdul Rahman Putra. Beside him is seated Tun Abdul Razak who succeeded him as Premier the following year.
203 x 155 mm. Similar to preceding print but showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman Putra receiving the Constitutional Instruments from the Duke of Gloucester.
Chapter from the book written by Tunku Farik Ismail entitled 'The Cambridge Daze' and a film shown at the book launch in Malaysia, featuring images of St. Catharine's and a message from the College Bursar, Simon Summers.
H.P. Walker receiving the Honorary Pingat Pangkuan Negara from Tuanku Abdul Rahman, London, June 1968, 1968-06
206 x 152 mm. Showing the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tuanku Abdul Rahman (1903-) shaking hands with Henry Philip Walker who had served as doorman at Malaysia House for 30 years. The investiture took place in the office of the Malaysian High Commission in London.
Nine letters personally signed by Commonwealth leaders and four letters from officials acknowledging the receipt of the R.C.S. 'Biography catalogue', with related papers.
202 x 149 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman announcing the Malayan Independence Agreement to fellow delegates in the conference room at Marlborough House. To Abdul Rahmans right are (Lord) Duncan-Sandys and Harold Macmillan.
206 x 151 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Sir Eric Yarrow in front of the frigate Hang Jebat.
152 x 185 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman inspecting a Guard of Honour of the Honourable Artillery Company prior to receiving the Freedom of the City of London from the Lord Mayor, Sir Gilbert Inglefield.
Head and shoulders portrait of Tuanku Abdul Rahman (1903-) first Prime Minister of Independent Malaya 1957-1963.
152 x 208 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman examining a 17th century kris, formerly the property of Sultan Ali of Perak, while visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.